Ohio State Overview: Chase Young was a consensus 5-star prospect (Rivals, 247Sports and Scout) and one of the Top 10 players regardless of position in the nation, with Rivals and 247Sports each ranking him No. 8 overall ... considered one of the Top 2 defensive ends, with both 247Sports and Scout listing him No. 2 and Rivals and ESPN rating him No. 3 at the position ... the No. 1 player in the state of Maryland, Young helped DeMatha, coached by Elijah Brooks, win the 2016 state championship with a 12-0 record by recording 118 tackles and 37 tackles-for-loss, including 19 quarterback sacks ... he also forced five fumbles and had a strip sack fumble return touchdown and an interception return touchdown ... named the Washington Post's all-metropolitan defensive player of the year ... named a U.S. Army All-American and to the American Family Insurance all-USA Football Team ... played two seasons at DeMatha and team finished on a 17-game winning streak ... played two years at Pallotti High School in Laurel, Md., before transferring to DeMatha ... No. 36 on the PrepStar Top 150 Dream Team ... a finalist at The Opening this past summer in Beaverton, Ore. ... recorded 27 tackles for loss, including 19 quarterback sacks, in 2015 for DeMatha ... is the son of Carla and Greg Young.
Buckeyes in the NFL - Divisional Round